Rachel Barton - Articles October 5, 1997, The Orlando Sentinal (FL), All the world's a stagefor busy violinist rachel barton . September 26, 1997, The Northwest http://www.rachelbarton.com/noframes/articles.htm
Extractions: October 5, 1997 The Orlando Sentinal (FL) "All the world's a stage for busy violinist Rachel Barton" September 26, 1997 The Northwest Indiana Times "Fiddling with Stardom" September 11, 1997 Pioneer Press (IL) "Barton's back at debut site" Sept./Oct., 1997 Fanfare Magazine "An Interview With Rachel Barton" July 6, 1997 The Entertainer Magazine (KY) "Gifter violinist shares her talents at 1997 Master Musicians Festival" July ?, 1997 Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) "From rock to Celtic, Somerset opens arms" June 13, 1997 Chicago Tribune (IL) "Classic Rocker" March 20, 1997 Pioneer Press (IL) "Barton, Warner play for benefit" January 24, 1997 The DePaulia Magazine (IL) "Barton comes to DePaul" November 8, 1996 The Rockford Register Star (IL) "Connecting with Classical" November 1, 1996 Northwest Herald (IL) "Classical Success" November, 1996 RAM Magazine (IL) "RAM Opinion: Classical music spans all genres" October 17, 1996
Extractions: "Miss Bernhard is one of the rising young stars of the operatic world in Europe," says the SSO's Executive Director, Paul Chambers. "She was offered a unique opportunity, that is wonderful for her career. Though we are extremely sorry that she will not be appearing with our orchestra, we did not want her contractual obligation here to stand in the way of her very promising future."
Rachel Barton - CD Recordings Ottoboni brought him into collaboration with Arcangelo Corelli, the most influential violinist of the time. TOTAL PROGRAM LENGTH 7829. rachel barton, violin. Samuel Sanders, piano http://members.aol.com/rachbarton/record.html
Extractions: Press Release: NZ Symphony Orchestra 7 August 02 Rock Violinist Returns For Colourful Concerts With The NZSO The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra presents concerts featuring virtuoso American Violinist Rachel Barton who wowed New Zealand audiences in 2000. Since her NZ debut she has performed her variations on the New Zealand National Anthem as an encore all over America. The first concert, as part of the Great Classics series, has musical colour from Latin America, Rachel Barton with Beethoven's great violin concerto plus Bartok's magnificent showpiece, Concerto for Orchestra. This concert will be performed in Wellington, Hawke's Bay, Hamilton and Auckland, conducted by Roberto Minzuk who will make his New Zealand debut. NZ composer David Farquhar's Evocation is followed by the powerful rhythms and melodic styles of the folk music of north-eastern Brazil in Villa Lobos' work Bachianas Brasileiras - Preludio. Beethoven's Violin Concerto is accepted as one of his most gracious and masterful works, and has become one of the most important works in the violin repertoire. Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra is an accepted masterpiece of twentieth-century orchestral repertoire. It is a mixture of moods, vigorous rhythms, grandeur and a touch of folk dance.
Concert Violinist Rachel Barton's Performances rachel barton, internationally acclaimed violinist, top prize winner of many internationalcompetitions, best selling recording artist, was named a 1999 http://www.angelfire.com/mb/violinsapreciated/
Extractions: Rachel Barton Rachel appears 5 times this season as part of Trio Settecento In a rare and wonderful time in the Chicago area, the Violinist considered by many the very best in the world will appear with the Trio Settecento in performances from September 2000 to March 2001 Rachel Bartons Fermilab Art Series January 27th, 2001 performance Rachel Barton, internationally acclaimed violinist, top prize winner of many international competitions,best selling recording artist, has recently been named a 1999 "Chicagoan of the Year" by the ChicagoTribune!, This is the second time in less than 4 years Rachel has recieved this great honor Rachel was also Chicagoan of the year in 1996. Rachel is brilliant, gifted and absolutely fantastic, a very gifted speaker as well as a incrediable violinist, her wit and charm are part of the wonderful experience of her performances. David Schrader is a master of the keyboards, playing harpsichord, fortepiano, organ and piano. Mr Schrader has done over 17 recordings for Cedille records of Chicago and London records. He teaches at Roosevelt University's Chicago Musical College, and the Music Institute of Chicago and is a Lecturer at Northwestern University in Evanston. Mr. Schrader has appeared in recital and performed with major orchestras throughout Japan, Europe and North America, including frequent appearances as soloist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Schrader is currently organist at Chicago's Church of the Ascension. David Schrader is a member of Trio Settecento and the Chicago Baroque Ensemble.
Rachel Barton On Cedille Records rachel barton, violinist violinist rachel barton, a Chicago native, hasappeared as soloist with major orchestras across North America http://www.cedillerecords.org/barton.html
Extractions: Violinist Rachel Barton, a Chicago native, has appeared as soloist with major orchestras across North America and Europe, including the St. Louis, Chicago, Montreal, Vienna, and Budapest Symphonies. Miss Barton began violin studies at the age of 3, made her professional debut with the Chicago String Ensemble at the age of 7, and soloed with the Chicago Symphony on public television when she was 10 and 15 years old. Recent performances include a July 1998 concert of Mozart Sonatas with Christoph Eschenbach, and chamber collaborations with Daniel Barenboim, the Pacifica Quartet, the Chicago Baroque Ensemble, and members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Rachel Barton won the gold medal at the 1992 Quadrennial J.S. Bach International Violin Competition in Leipzig, the first American and youngest ever to do so. Other top honors have come from the Queen Elizabeth (Brussels, 1993), Paganini (Genoa, 1993), Kreisler (Vienna, 1992), Szigeti (Budapest, 1992), and Montreal (1991) international violin competitions. Go to Rachel Barton's own web page.
Bomis Search Results: Rachel Barton www.songsearch.net. 2. barton, rachel Official. Violins rule, accordingto this young American violinist. A ring devoted to violinist rachel barton. http://www.bomis.com/searchring.fcgi?request=Rachel Barton
Bomis Search Results: Rachel McLish rachel Marteen resources on the web. 41, rachel barton Ring. A ring devotedto violinist rachel barton. More Check the home page for our tree. http://www.bomis.com/searchring.fcgi?request=Rachel McLish
Welcome To The Web Site Of Violinist Edgar Gabriel When violinist Edgar Gabriel began his studies on the violin more than thirty years ago, he instinctively sought out new creative outlets for the violin. He has worked closely with virtuoso violinist rachel barton. With much success, their string trio Stringendo has http://www.edgargabriel.com/
Re: Any Comment On Violinist Rachel Barton Music Lane. Re Any comment on violinist rachel barton. In Reply to Any commenton violinist rachel barton posted by samm on March 21, 2000 at 214315 http://www.audioasylum.com/audio/music/messages/25106.html
Extractions: Follow Ups Post Followup Music Lane FAQ I have the recording you mention as well as a CD called something like "The Instrument of the Devil" or maybe its "The Devil's Instrument". It has a collection of stuff like "The Devil's Trill", the "Sorcerer's Apprenctice" and other devilish music. It is all well played but is not quite as devilish as it should be. But we in the Chicago are fond of Rachel because she is a local talent we have watched blossom, and because she was involved in a highly publicized tragic incident a few years ago. Rachel was traveling on the commuter train with her violin. When she got off the train, the strap of her violin case got caught in the door. When the train took off, she was dragged along. She lost part of a leg. Her long recovery and subsequent suit of the Metra Transit Authority were major local stories in the news for a long time.
Any Comment On Violinist Rachel Barton Music Lane. Any comment on violinist rachel barton. 184.108.40.206 Follow UpsRe Any comment on violinist rachel barton Dr. T 072224 03/22/00 (2) http://www.audioasylum.com/audio/music/messages/25076.html
Extractions: Videos produced by Evidence Video have played critical roles in high-profile cases reported in the press. Click on any of the headlines below to read excerpts. Rachel Barton - Video shows violinist's battle after train injury Rachel Barton - Tape shows impact of accident on Barton Julie Cobb - Med-mal suit settles for record $12.25 million $110-milllion settlement in American Eagle flight 4184 crash ... Anthony Blaylock - Blaylock wins suit vs. doctor To get complete copies of any of these articles, simply call Evidence Video at 773-871-8483 or click on this e-mail link to send a request by e-mail to Evidence Video . Be sure to give your complete name and address where the copy(ies) may be sent.
Extractions: The first concert, as part of the Great Classics series, has musical colour from Latin America, Rachel Barton with Beethoven's great violin concerto plus Bartok's magnificent showpiece, Concerto for Orchestra. This concert will be performed in Wellington, Hawke's Bay, Hamilton and Auckland, conducted by Roberto Minzuk who will make his New Zealand debut. NZ composer David Farquhar's Evocation is followed by the powerful rhythms and melodic styles of the folk music of north-eastern Brazil in Villa Lobos' work Bachianas Brasileiras - Preludio. Beethoven's Violin Concerto is accepted as one of his most gracious and masterful works, and has become one of the most important works in the violin repertoire.
Extractions: Rachel Barton and Sibbi Bernhardsson to Perform Little-Known Works and Celebrated Masterpieces, Wednesday, March 1, 8 P.M., in Kulas Recital Hall Story by Claire Chase RELATED The Program Two former students of Almita and Roland Vamos - violinist Rachel Barton and Sibbi Berhardsson , visiting assistant instructor of violin - will perform their first-ever duo violin recital on Wednesday, March 1, 8 p.m., in Kulas Recital Hall. The program will feature a combination of little-known repertoire and celebrated masterpieces, including works for two violins by Schnittke, Ysaye, Telemann, Peter Jaffe, Mark O'Connor and Prokofiev. The performance is free and open to the public. "This program runs through the entire emotional spectrum, from light to heavy and intensely dramatic to comical," remarks Bernhardsson. "We will begin with Schnittke's Praeludium, which was written as a memory of Shostakovich, and has a very dark, funeral march undertone. This work can be played by either two violins or by one violin with tape. For this reason the piece has a somewhat mechanical aspect, but it's very engaging. Eugene Ysaye was most famous for his six solo violin works, and this duo sonata is like the solo sonatas in its contrasts ranging from impressionistic Ravel-esque textures to intensely romantic, thick emotional qualities. It's a beautiful piece, very typical Ysaye, full of lyricism.
Extractions: "Miss Bernhard is one of the rising young stars of the operatic world in Europe," says the SSO's Executive Director, Paul Chambers. "She was offered a unique opportunity that is wonderful for her career. Though we are extremely sorry that she will not be appearing with our orchestra, we did not want her contractual obligation here to stand in the way of her very promising future."